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$250K Up For Grabs At Celebrate Startup of the Year Competition

Chelsea Ng
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September 24, 2015

One of the most common questions that come out of early stage startups is how they can get additional funding, guidance or introductions. At Celebrate 2015, not only will our thought leaders and mentors have answers to this question and many more, but for those awesome enough to become semi-finalists in the Startup of the Year competition, they’ll have the chance to win their share of $250,000 in prize packages. This year the stakes are higher, the rewards are bigger, and seven startups will walk home with the fuel they need to advance their mission (with some awesome perks for semi-finalists, too). On October 5 and 6 at Celebrate, Startups from around the world will gather in Las Vegas to compete in Tech.Co’sStartup of the Year competition.

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